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Partnership with Eagle Valley Outdoor Stewardship Coalition

The Eagle Valley Outdoor Stewardship Coalition (EVOSC) formed in 2019 as a way to facilitate communication between land and trail managers and outdoor recreation organizations.

The purpose of the coalition is to build relationships and partnerships for efficient management of public lands and outdoor recreation.

EVOSC is made up of partner organizations that have a specific scope and mission related to outdoor recreation, safety and/or stewardship.

These partner organizations facilitate discussions on a needs basis and then use these conversations to best serve the community regarding matters of outdoor recreation, local wildlife, and/or public lands. EVOSC under- stands the important role outdoor recreation plays in Eagle County. As Eagle County continues to grow in pop- ulation size and more people participate in outdoor recreation, natural resources will continue to experience increasing amounts of strain. EVOSC recognizes the conflation of these trends and aims to develop best practices and guidelines for fostering sustainable outdoor recreation.


EVOSC Partners

Adopt A Trail
Betty Ford Alpine Gardens
Bureau of Land Management
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Eagle County Open Space
Eagle River Watershed Council
Eagle Valley Land Trust
Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement
Hardscrabble Trails Coalition

Holy Cross Powder Hounds
Town of Avon
Town of Eagle
Town of Vail
Trout Unlimited
United States Forest Service
Vail Mountain Rescue
Vail Valley Mountain Trails Alliance
Walking Mountains Science Center

Rocky Mountain Sports Riders
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
Wildridge Trails Coalition
Walking Mountains Science Center
Wilderness Workshop
Vail Valley Partnership

EVOSC Partner Resources

United States Forest Service

White River National Forest Homepage
White River National Forest COVID updates
White River National Forest Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)
Holy-Cross Ranger District conditions-report

Vail Mountain Trails Alliance

Adopt A Trail FAQ
Trail Closures
Trail Conditions Facebook Page


OUR ETHICS STATEMENT

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we are committed to providing public benefit. Board and Staff members of EVLT are committed to Integrity, pragmatism, and inclusion. Our conservation work is built on a foundation of trust and respect for eachother, our stakeholders, and members of our community.